There are temperate rain forests in the US, for example the Olympic National Forest in Washington State, however the central part of the US is temperate grasslands.
No. Climate varies depending on location.
Califonia is the most popular state in the US
Yes. Delaware is a temperate state. Most of the middle colonies have the same climate as Delaware.
Turkeys are commonly found throughout the US and most temperate areas.
California and the east coast all the way to the center of the country is also temperate rain forest. answered by Draven_Sanders
Temperate Decidiuous Forest.
Texas is the US State with the most sheep.
The state which is most southern of the US is Hawaii.
The most southern connected US state is Florida; the most southern of the US is Hawaii.
Alaska is actually the most eastern state of the US.
In temperate deciduous forests, such as New York State and many other parts of the US.
Alaska is the US state with the most volcanoes.
It has to do with the globe, not with the US. The US is in the earth's 'temperate zone'. In the northern hemisphere, the Temperate Zone is north of the Tropic of Cancer and south of the Arctic Circle.
The coldest state in the US is Alaska. It is the most northern US state.
The fifth most populous state in the US is Illinois. The ffith most visited state in the US is most likely either Pennsylvania or Massachusetts.
yes, the temperate zone is north of the subtropical zone and includes most of the US and Canada, where black bears are common.
the state with the most dogs
California is the most populous US state with a population of 36,756,666.
The temperate forest ,in the united states, covers the entire East coast except for the tip of Florida. In most places it ends at the Mississippi River.
ALL of the US lies in the North Temperate Zone, EXCEPT:-- the State of Hawaii is in the Tropic Zone-- a small northern strip of the State of Alaska is in the North Polar Zone.
New Jersey is the most densely populated state in the US.
Alaska is the most northern state of the US.